Image: Kristin Flynt Wishing you and your crew a wonderful holiday season! And BIG thanks to our customers/community for another great year. In other news, Wonder Crew was recently featured in USA TODAY along with Mattel, Hasbro and Lego for crushing stereotypes - cheers to toys becoming more inclusive!
"My 8 year old son, Arthur and his Wonder Crew. He has Autism, ADHD and speech delays and this crew are his friends. They inspire him to speak and imagine. He inspires me." Kristyn S. Amazing what we can learn just by being connected.
We are gushing over the creativity, detail and sweetness in this image! Heath, age 5, had to have matching Alexander Hamilton outfits with his Wonder Crew doll, Will AND his mom skillfully made it happen.#RiseUp #BeTheChange Photo (and costume!) credit: Jennifer Godinich
So this image showed up and basically made our summer. Wonder Crew has always been more than just a toy and we LOVE that our customers feel the same way. Wonder Crew stands for inclusion, representation, equality and kindness, our goal has always been to expand play, expand perceptions and open hearts. Thank you Lisa R. for sharing this awesomeness, can’t tell you how much it means to us!!
Several months ago, I approached the Toy Association with a like-minded colleague asking to spearhead a Diversity & Inclusion committee for the industry. We were met with a very enthusiastic YES! Wonder Crew's mission has always been centered on inclusion, gender balance, representation and expanding play. When we get diversity and inclusion right, EVERYONE benefits. I'm honored to be co-chairing The Toy Association's new Diversity & Inclusion committee with Jodi Bondi Norgaard. Excited to work with representatives from Disney, Walmart, Sesame Workshop, Mattel and more in efforts to elevate industry standards and inspire more companies to help our kids learn, explore and dream without...